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Eruption at Bardabunga Volcano by quadcopter

Bardabunga Volcano

A very close journey by 2 quadcopters, to the active lava eruptions of the Bardabunga volcanic system in remote Iceland.

By |October 3, 2014|Categories: Aviation, Natural phenomena

Explorer Dives into an Active Volcano

Diving into an Active Volcano

Two explorers, Sam Cossman and George Kourounis guided by volcanic pioneers Geoff Mackely and Brad Ambrose, become among the first to step foot inside the worlds most dangerous and inaccessible volcano, Marum Crater.   Watch the video…

By |September 6, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Star Trails over Mount Bromo

Star Trails over Indonesia

A beautiful landscape. Star Trails and the unsettled land included erupting Mount Semeru in the distance, the caldera of steaming Mount Bromo on the left, flowing fog, and the lights of moving cars…

By |August 18, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Drone flies into Volcano

Drone flies into Volcano

A stunning video of a drone getting up close in exploding Yasur volcano on Tanna island, Vanuatu, shot by Shaun O’Callaghan.

By |March 15, 2014|Categories: Aviation, Natural phenomena

The mysterious blue lava

The mysterious blue lava 2

The images are real and not from Photoshop. In the video, a volcano in Indonesia overflow blue lava. So what is happening here?

By |February 10, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Bazman Volcano, Iran

Bazman Volcano, Iran 1

Bazman volcano located in a remote region of southern Iran, it’s heavily dissected by channels that extend downwards from summit.   Image © ISS – Digital Camera

By |January 27, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Islands of the Four Mountains

Islands of the Four Mountains

Morning sunlight illuminates the southeast-facing slopes of the Islands of the Four Mountains, part of the Aleutian Island chain, in this photograph taken from the International Space Station (ISS).   Image caption  William L. Stefanov, Jacobs at NASA-JSC.

By |December 18, 2013|Categories: Natural phenomena

Activity at Kliuchevskoi

Activity at Kliuchevskoi 1

Astronauts on the Space Station (ISS) can take unusual and striking images of the Earth. Like this one providing a view of an eruption plume emanating from Kliuchevskoi, one of the many active volcanoes on the Kamchatka Peninsula.

By |December 3, 2013|Categories: Natural phenomena

Molten Lava devours a can

Molten Lava devours a can

Take a look at this video footage captured by Bryan Lowry, to find out how molten lava, the volcanic burning liquid rock, swallows a metal can of raviolis…
By |November 24, 2013|Categories: Natural phenomena

Earth’s Largest Volcano found

Earth's Largest Volcano Tamu Massif

Earth’s largest Volcano, the size of Oregon, discovered beneath the Pacific Ocean. The extinct megavolcano it’s called Tamu Massif and sits 1,000 miles east of Japan.    Image © William Sager /University of Houston

By |September 9, 2013|Categories: Natural phenomena
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